Jeremy Spool

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University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, United States 
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Hahn AH, Spool JA, Angyal CS, et al. (2019) Conditioned place preferences induced by hearing song outside the breeding season relate to neural dopamine D and cannabinoid CB gene expression in female European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Behavioural Brain Research. 111970
Riters LV, Kelm-Nelson CA, Spool JA. (2019) Why Do Birds Flock? A Role for Opioids in the Reinforcement of Gregarious Social Interactions. Frontiers in Physiology. 10: 421
Spool JA, Merullo DP, Zhao C, et al. (2018) Co-localization of mu-opioid and dopamine D1 receptors in the medial preoptic area and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis across seasonal states in male European starlings. Hormones and Behavior
Spool JA, Jay MD, Riters LV. (2018) Nest box exploration may stimulate breeding physiology and alter mRNA expression in the medial preoptic area of female European starlings. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Merullo DP, Spool JA, Zhao C, et al. (2018) Co-localization patterns of neurotensin receptor 1 and tyrosine hydroxylase in brain regions involved in motivation and social behavior in male European starlings. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy
Riters LV, Spool JA, Merullo DP, et al. (2017) Song practice as a rewarding form of play in songbirds. Behavioural Processes
Spool JA, Riters LV. (2017) Associations Between Environmental Resources and the "Wanting" and "Liking" of Male Song in Female Songbirds. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Hahn AH, Merullo DP, Spool JA, et al. (2017) Song-associated reward correlates with endocannabinoid-related gene expression in male European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris). Neuroscience
Spool JA, Stevenson SA, Angyal CS, et al. (2016) Contributions of testosterone and territory ownership to sexually-motivated behaviors and mRNA expression in the medial preoptic area of male European starlings. Hormones and Behavior
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